The Park at Broken Sound

The Park At Broken Sound (TPABS) now serves as ‘The Perfect Address’ for businesses, employers and a workforce seeking the Planned Mobility (PM) advantage. These include companies with C-suite executives, entrepreneurs and employees interested in doing business and inspiring innovation within a vibrant, yet balanced work/life environs with convenient nearby lifestyle, leisure, fitness/recreation, sports, culture, entertainment and play options. Those who live and work at the sprawling signature pedestrian-friendly 700-acre park-like mixed-use TPABS enjoy working and living amidst 29 acres of lakes/waterways; 28 acres of open green space; 1,160+ trees (including Black Olives/Shady Lady Olive, Ficus, Live Oaks, Queen Palms, Sabal Palms and Royal Palms) with the rugged picturesque El Rio Trail that runs through the property.

TPABS is an ideal business destination for companies, large and small, from global headquarters to entrepreneurial start-ups. There is plenty of opportunity for those seeking relocations or market entry with new builds, freestanding headquarters and properties to renovate or reinvent. Currently the hub features 5.2 million square feet of office space plus 210,000 square feet with preliminary site approval, 554,000 square feet of commercial/retail space; plus 81,000 square feet with preliminary site approval, and three first-time-ever residential projects approved totaling 1,050 multifamily units.

The advantages of the new work/live lifestyle with an in-park residential component are many. TPABS is just minutes from all major highways and private airport, equidistant to/from two international airports and features free City shuttles to/from Boca’s Tri-Rail Station. It is conveniently located a few miles from two universities and one state college; A-rated public schools; award-winning private schools; sports arenas and stadiums; a world of shopping, dining, art/culture, recreation and nightlife, major destination events (i.e. Allianz Championship, Boca Raton Bowl, and Festival of the Arts BOCA) and pristine beaches and parks.​

Arvida Park of Commerce building at night